Captec Investments

“Successful & Straightforward. It’s how investing should be.”


Our investors come to us from a variety of different backgrounds seeking a common objective: investment confidence. These investors are often tired of the low returns and high levels of volatility they experience when investing in traditional asset classes.

By seeking out the latest and most innovative alternative investments, our mission is to flip that current ineffective investment model on its head. Originally, we provided our investors access to investment opportunities across 3 asset classes: Commodities, Fixed Income, Private Equity.

Now, with Captec expanding into the property investment sector, Captec Investments work hand in hand with our network of High Net Worth and Sophisticated Investors to raise funds specifically for property development. Funds are typically raised using debt or equity share models, structured to offer investors potentially very high returns by helping developers raise funds during the higher risk stages of property development.

Learn more about these asset classes



Can be seen as a ‘safe haven’ in volatile times and offering protection against inflation, commodities are the raw products that industry and society rely on.

Fixed Income

Offering investors an agreed, set level of income, at specified intervals, until a pre-determined date.

Private Equity

Ground-breaking opportunities to invest directly into (often pioneering) companies that are not listed on the public stock exchange.

Investing with Captec

Captec Investments meticulously research the market to seek out the most innovative investment opportunities available. With painstaking attention to detail, our focus is mainly on raising funding for development projects in the form of debt or equity that we believe will deliver realistic returns in an expanding market.

Due to a lack of stability in the traditional financial areas, we find that our clients are increasingly seeking investment options in the more advanced and newer markets. To meet this demand and best serve our clients, we continually search the market for the most cutting-edge and innovative investment opportunities.

And last but not the least, fantastic, ongoing, thorough service for every client is at Captec’s heart. We strive to bring you financial success.

Here are some of the things you may wish to consider when making an investment:



The level of risk will ultimately dictate the size of the return. How much risk are you prepared and able to take? Are you investing directly into an asset or the performance of a company?


Some investments are income generating, paying dividends monthly or quarterly, giving investors an opportunity to reinvest or subsidise their living costs. When you’re deciding where to invest, start by looking at how much you are currently receiving in interest and dividends from your investments.

Capital Growth

Opposite to income, this is where the investment grows in value, fuelled by demand in the market or by negotiating below market value. Capital growth figures can be compared to long-term investments through banks, pensions, and SIPPs.

Exit Strategy

This is a very important part of investing and for most is the deciding factor. On paper, any investment can look good, but the reality is unless there is a strong exit strategy the returns may never be realised in the desired timescale.

Your first steps to investing

  • Investigate the market and decide whether you can see the opportunity for investment. Ask other investors whether it’s working for them and how much growth they’ve seen since they invested.
  • Higher returns can normally be found in new investment vehicles that are rapidly growing, or where new advances have been made, but this sometimes requires knowledge of a certain industry. By staying open-minded in the area of investment you will find opportunities previously overlooked.
  • From speaking to other investors, and understanding how your money is currently working for you, you can start to narrow down the type of investment and decide between short, long, or medium-term, and whether you want capital growth or income generating returns.
  • Finally, start looking at the companies you would like to deal with. Have they conducted their own due-diligence into the investment? What level of service do they offer? Do they have a range of investments to choose from?

Contact us to discuss the range of opportunities we have available for you.